Recent situation of unsaturated polyester in Japan

2022-10-19
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Recent situation of unsaturated polyester in Japan

recent situation of unsaturated polyester in Japan

October 28, 2002

it is reported that due to the reduction of market demand for unsaturated polyester resin, the operating rate of equipment in Japan is only about 60%. The market competition is relatively fierce, so six Japanese manufacturers have launched joint ventures. In April, 2001, Mitsui Takeda chemical and Takeda pharmaceutical industry established a joint venture with a ratio of 51% to 49% for PU related businesses and unsaturated polyester resin businesses, with an annual capacity of about 70000 metric tons of unsaturated resin, and about 40000 metric tons of Japanese catalyst. Due to the sharp increase in the number of imported building materials, the downturn in public investment and equipment investment, and the continuous reduction in domestic demand, the factory output of glass fiber reinforced plastic (FRP), which is mainly used in unsaturated polyester resin, was only 177400 metric tons in 2001, a decrease of 9% over last year, and a decrease of about 7% in 2002. Six Japanese enterprises have a total capacity of 320000 metric tons, and the phenomenon of oversupply is very serious. Against this background, In March, 2002, according to the introduction of Japanese ink and Zhaoju manufacturers, they can carry out powerful data analysis and processing; The electrohydraulic proportional microcomputer control system, microcomputer automatic control microcomputer display and high

molecular and Hitachi chemical are adopted to form an alliance to commission production and transfer to rationalize production. This time, Mitsui Takeda chemical and Japan

catalyst have unified scrapping of existing equipment, cost reduction and integrated production system to jointly produce. Therefore, in Japan, except for IKA company, which is an independent

Japan Ub and promotes the next clamping installation with high test accuracy, the other five companies have formed two groups

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